Chamisa Tells ZANU PF ‘Agents’ To Leave MDC

MDC president Nelson Chamisa told party officials working in an unholy alliance with ZANU PF that they should leave the party.

Chamisa said this on Friday while officially opening the MDC Midlands caucus in Gweru. He said:

We are changing the direction of the party. We will no longer just walk with anyone. We will scrutinise our leaders. We need genuine cadres.

At the congress, we are going to tie to the plough the oxen that pull. If you are a cadre working with our enemy, we will not tolerate.

This is a people’s party. We want to start counting each other. Those who are not with us can go out. This party is now too strong, it will not split.

Some MDC bigwigs are suspected of working with ZANU PF to destabilise the party.

Secretary general Douglas Mwonzora, who recently met ZANU PF-sympathetic MDC-T president Thokozani Khupe over High Court Judge Justice’ ruling, has denied any links with the ruling party.

More: Newsday

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Douglas Mwonzora is a lawyer, politician and senator representing Movement for Democratic Change in parliament. Mwonzora is currently Secretary General of the MDC Alliance. He was the COPAC Co-Chairperson representing the opposition parties in the drafting of the new constitution in 2013, the other chairperson... Read More About Douglas Mwonzora

Nelson Chamisa is a Zimbabwean politician for memmber of parliament for Kuwadzana , former Minister of Information and Technology , former Vice president of the MDC-T and currently the President of the MDC-T and leader of the MDC Alliance. Chamisa staged an inauguration at the... Read More About Nelson Chamisa

Thokozani Khupe is a Zimbabwean politician, cancer activist and the former Vice President of the Movement for Democratic Change. She challenged President Nelson Chamisa for the bid to succeed the late MDC-T founder Morgan Tsvangirai. Khupe reportedly said she will run for President in the... Read More About Thokozani Khupe

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